Tuesday- the Historical Period


Schimel, DS., BH Braswell and B Moore III, NUTRIENT REGULATION OF THE CARBON CYCLE, H, oral

Fung (NASA GISS and University of Victoria), Pierre Friedlingstein and Aigou Dai (Columbia University): Atmosphere-Biosphere CO2 Exchanges for the past 200 years: Implications for a Detection Strategy, H, oral

Seiler, Wolfgang and Juergen Hahn: THE CHANGING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE ATMOSPHERE , H, oral

Crutzen, P. J.: THE IMPORTANCE OF TROPICAL OZONE FOR THE CHEMISTRY OF THE ATMOSPHERE: THE NEED FOR THE MEASUREMENT INITIATIVE ITOY, AN IGAC INITIATIVE, H, oral

Joos, F. and M. Bruno: ESTIMATING NET-FLUXES OF CARBON BETWEEN ATMOSPHERE AND BIOSPHERE: A MONTECARLO SIMULATION USING ATMOSPHERIC CO2 and 13CO2 OBSERVATIONS , H, oral

Meir-Reimer, E. THE ROLE OF OCEAN CARBON CYCLES IN ANALYSING CHANGES IN THE CARBON CYCLE DURING THE FOSSIL FUEL PERIOD., H, oral

Mouchet, A.: THE OCEANIC CARBON CYCLE OVER THE INDUSTRIAL ERA: SENSITIVITY TO THE CIRCULATIONAND TO THE PARAMETERIZATION OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES , H, oral

Friend, A.D. and A. K. Stevens: A PROGNOSTIC MODEL OF GLOBAL TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS , H, oral

Alexandrov, G.A. and T. Oikawa: TOWARDS QUANTIFYING THE GLOBAL PATTERN OF CARBON DIOXIDE FERTILIZATION EFFECT, H, oral

Friedlingstein, P., I. Fung and A. Dai: CONTRIBUTIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 FERTILIZATION, NITROGEN DEPOSITION AND CLIMATICVARIABILITY ON THE BIOSPHERE-ATMOSPHERE CO2 EXCHANGE , 1H, H

Luo, Y. and J.T. Ball: CHANGES IN GLOBAL TERRESTRIAL CARBON INFLUX DIRECTLY ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASEIN ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATION , 2H, H

Ludwig, W., P. Amiotte-Suchet, G. Munhoven, J.L Probst and S. Kempe: MODELLING THE CONSUMPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 BY CONTINENTAL EROSION , 3H, H Kheshgi, H.S., A. K. Jain and D. J. Wuebbles: THE GLOBAL CARBON BUDGET AND ITS UNCERTAINTY DERIVED FROM CARBON DIOXIDE ANDCARBON ISOTOPE RECORDS , 4H, H

Marshall, Susan, John A. Taylor, Steven D. Prager, Robert J. Oglesby, JayW. Larson, and David J.Erickson III: CLIMATIC EFFECTS OF BIOMASS BURNING , 5H, H

Emanuel, William R., Thomas M. Smith, F. Ian Woodward and Herman H.Shugart, Jr.: TERRESTRIAL PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY RESPONSES TO ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDEINCREASE , 6H, H

Ruimy, A., C. B. Field and D. D. Baldocchi: AN ALTERNATIVE WAY TO MODEL EFFICIENCY OF CARBON UPTAKE BY TERRESTRIALVEGETATION , 7H, H

Ryskov, Ja. G., Demkin, V. A., Oleynik, S. A.: ISOTOPIC EVIDENCES ON CLIMATIC AND VEGETATION CHANGES DURING RECENT 40 CENTURIES IN EASTERN EUROPE , 8H, H

BOYADJIEV, T.: CLIMATIC CHANGES IN BULGARIA DURING THIS CENTURY, 9H, H

KISLOV, A. AND V. POPOVA: A SIMULATION OF GLOBAL CLIMATE FLUCTUATION DURING THE LITTLE ICE AGE, 10H, H

Papadimitriou, F.: MODELS FOR DESCRIBING AND FORECASTING LAND USE - LAND COVER CHANGES, 11H, H

DIKARIOVA, T.: CHANGES IN THE ECOSYSTEMS OF OASES UNDER THE IMPACT OF IRRIGATION ACTIVITIES IN CENTRAL ASIA, 12H, H

Sidorchuk, A., Modelling of the sediment budget on the Russian Plain for the period of the intensive agriculture, 13H, H

MARENGO, J.: VARIATIONS AND CHANGE IN SOUTH AMERICAN STREAMFLOW, 14H, H

Bocharnicova, E. and V.Matichenkov: MODERN ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE ON GLOBAL CHANGE OF Si CYCLE , 15H, H

Kozlov, M. and S. Towprayoon: SITUATION AND NEED OF CRITICAL LOADS ASSESSMENT IN THAILAND , 16H, H

HAIT, A. AND S. CHANDRA: SEA LEVEL CHANGE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE PAST AND PRESENT ECOSYSTEMS IN THE MANGROVES OF SOUTH BENGAL, INDIA, 17H, H

Zimmermann, Peter H. and Paul J. Crutzen: TROPOSPHERIC OZONE BUDGET CALCULATIONS WITH A 3D TRANSPORT/PHOTOCHEMISTRYMODEL , 18H, Feichter, J.: THE ATMOSPHERIC SULFUR CYCLE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SHORT-WAVE RADIATION BUDGET:A MODEL STUDY , 19H, H

Demkin, Vitaliy A. and Ryskov, Y. G: THE EVALUATION OF DYNAMICS OF SOIL CARBONATE BUFFER RESERVOIR DURING LAST 4ka , 20H, H

Matichenkov, V. and E.Bocharnikova: TOTAL MIGRATION AND TRANSFORMATION OF SILICON IN BIOGEOCHEMICAL SUBSYSTEMS, 21H, Badeck, F.W., A. Ruimy, B. Saugier: PREDICTION OF BIOMASS AND TURNOVER TIME FOR USE IN DIAGNOSTIC MODELS OF BIOSPHERIC CARBON EXCHANGE FLUXES , 22H, H

Miller, N. and L. Klinger: A SUCCESSIONAL GAP MODEL FOR BOREAL PEATLANDS: INITIAL RESULTS , 23H, H

Rabah, K.V.O. and B.H. Braswell: REGIONAL CARBON CYCLE MODEL FOR AFRICA , 24H, H

Marticorena, B., G. Bergametti, Y. Callot, M. Legrand, C. N'Doume: MODELING THE MINERAL DUST EMISSIONS IN ARID REGIONS , 25H, H

Amthor, J.S.: A MECHANISTIC MODEL OF GLOBAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS , 26H, H

Savenko, V.S. K.K.Edelstein, E.A.Zakharova: THE PHOSPHORUS IN RIVER RUNOFF, 27H, H

Dignon, J.: TIME-DEPENDENT GLOBAL LAND USE CHANGE, 28H, H

Gorshkov, V.G.: GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE CHANGE AND

OCEANIC BIOTA, 29H, H

Grieb, T.M., R.J.M. Hudson, N. Shang, R.C. Spear, S.A. Gherini, R.A.Goldstein: EXAMINATION OF MODEL UNCERTAINTY AND PARAMETER INTERACTION IN THE GLOBALCARBON CYCLING MODEL , 30H, H

Hudson, R.J.M., S.A. Gherini, A. Keller and R.A. Goldstein: MECHANISMS OF TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEM FERTILIZATION DURING THE HISTORICAL PERIOD:AN ANALYSIS USING THE GLOCO GLOBAL CARBON CYCLING MODEL , 31H, H

Post, W. M., A. W. King, and S. D. Wullschleger: HISTORICAL VARIATIONS IN TERRESTRIAL BIOSPHERIC CARBON STORAGE , 32H, H

Reid, George C.: GLOBAL COOLING EVENTS DURING THE PAST 200 YEARS:SOLAR IRRADIANCE FORCING? , 33H, H

TANG, M. AND C. LI: ON THE ANALYSIS ABOUT THE QINGHAI-XIZANG (TIBET) PLATEAU AS "AN ORIGINAL REGION" OF CLIMATIC VARIATIONS IN CHINA, 34H, H

Mahasenan, N., H. Dowlatabadi and Robert G. Watts: LOW FREQUENCY OSCILLATIONS IN REGIONAL TEMPERATURE-PROXY RECORDS ANDIMPLICATIONS FOR RECENT CLIMATE CHANGE , 35H, H

Svalova, V.B.CLIMATE CHANGES AND PALEOCLIMATE RECONSTRUCTIONS BY BOREHOLE TEMPERATUREDATA., 36H, H


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